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6 Things To Do In And Around Kohima | Travel Guide

Kohima is the state capital and the largest human inhabited area of Nagaland. It is the land of Angami tribe and was named after the wild Kewhi flower which grows in the mountains. Kohima is […]...
by In search of greener pastures on Feb 26, 2016

The Eclectic Hornbill Festival – Images and Information

On a cold December morning, every road in Nagaland seems to be leading to the Hornbill Festival venue. Large signboards, usually adorned with portraits of Naga people clad in their beautiful best traditional wears, welcome you to the ‘Festival...
by India Travel Blog on Jan 16, 2016

Five Places To Visit This December

It’s December again. A perfect time to plan the last holiday of the year. I have already been asked by more than a handful of friends and acquaintances to suggest them places to visit in December. Too bad I don’t have any more leaves l...

A Konyak man at Hornbill Festival in Kohima, Nagaland.

Daily photo: A Konyak man dressed in his traditional best, during Hornbill Festival in Kohima, Nagaland. Konyaks, a tribe from Nagaland, are known for their history of headhunting. The practice apparently lasted until as late as the 1960s. The tattoo...
by India Travel Blog on Aug 26, 2015

What is the best time to visit north east India?

I have been asked about the ‘best season’ to visit the north-eastern states of India or the north-east as it is referred, more than once and every time my answer have been slightly different from the previous one. The reason being, eve...

Semi Nude Wood Sculpture at Hornbill Festival Nagaland Kohima

Semi Nude wooden sculpture of a woman at Kisama, Hornbill Kisama, Nagaland.Nagas in the olden times did not wear much clothing. Those must have been innocent days where the sight of bare breasts and thighs must have been so common. Imagine these days...
by JZP Lenses Diary on Feb 17, 2014

Hornbill Festival SMS

The tribes of Nagaland celebrate their festivals with gusto and fervor. More than 60% of the population of Nagaland depends on agriculture and therefore most of their festivals revolve round agriculture. Hornbill Festival SMS...

Khiamniungan Nagas | Hornbill Festival Nagaland 2013

Khiamniungan Nagas performing traditional dance and folk song at Hornbill Festival Nagaland 2013 Photo Blog: http://www.jimzubemophotos.blogspot.com...
by JZP Lenses Diary on Dec 6, 2013

Hornbill Festival Nagaland 2013 Pictures

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by JZP Lenses Diary on Dec 6, 2013

A lady fires indigenous Konyak gun | Hornbill Festival Nagaland 2013

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by JZP Lenses Diary on Dec 6, 2013

Chang Nagas | Hornbill Festival Nagaland 2013

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by JZP Lenses Diary on Dec 6, 2013

Tourists - young and old | Hornbill Festival Nagaland 2013

A tourist takes a photo of the Konyaks.An octogenarian photographer Photo Blog: http://www.jimzubemophotos.blogspot.com...
by JZP Lenses Diary on Dec 6, 2013

Naga father and son in traditional attire | Hornbill festival nagaland 2013

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by JZP Lenses Diary on Dec 5, 2013

Roof of a Naga Hut | Kisama | Hornbill Festival

Roof of a Naga Hut at Kisama, Naga Heritage Village Photo Blog: http://www.jimzubemophotos.blogspot.com...
by JZP Lenses Diary on Dec 4, 2013

Konyak Nagas firing indigenous guns at Hornbill Festival 2013, Kisama, Kohima

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by JZP Lenses Diary on Dec 2, 2013

Hornbill Festival Nagaland 2013 | Feathers

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by JZP Lenses Diary on Dec 2, 2013

Photo Of The Day – At The Hornbill Festival

Nagaland is called the land of festivals. The tribal people there are always busy celebrating something or the other. The above photograph has been contributed by Pankaj Tibrewal. It shows one of warrior dances performed during the Hornbill Fesitival...
by In search of greener pastures on Feb 22, 2013

5 Popular Festivals of North-East India

North-East India is rich with tribes (more than 200 of them) and celebrations. It can be well worth your time during your next vacation to travel to this region and take part in some of the celebrations. Festivals are important economic engines for m...
by In search of greener pastures on Nov 26, 2012


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